Employee survey | Helping deliver positive change

Dr Richard Knapp, Interim Programme Director for Curriculum Redefined, reveals how employee engagement survey feedback will help ensure change programmes have a positive impact on staff and students.

Employee survey | Helping deliver positive change. March 2023

In my career, I’ve been a researcher, teaching academic and programme manager, head of school, faculty manager and academic registrar, and I understand how difficult it can be for colleagues to balance the commitments of their everyday roles with the many changes across the higher education landscape. 

Curriculum Redefined is a programme within the Transformation Office (previously known as business change) and we fully support the employee engagement survey

Curriculum Redefined is designed to help us create a truly exceptional learning experience for our students. During the next 10 years, we’ll develop an innovative, imaginative and sustainable approach to education, helping students gain the knowledge and skills they need to make a positive impact in the world. It’s an ambitious plan and an exciting time for staff and students to get involved.

With so much major transformation taking place across the University, however, we need feedback from all those impacted by these changes to ensure our programmes deliver positive transformation for staff and students. The survey is a great way for us to see how this change is being experienced by colleagues on the ground. 

Many thanks for your participation in the survey – we value all feedback on how change programmes are impacting your roles.

Have your say

Open until 20 March, the employee engagement survey is your opportunity to have your say – to tell us what’s working for you and what isn’t. 

It takes an average of 15 minutes to complete and your responses will inform our efforts to make working at the University more enjoyable and fulfilling.  

Visit the employee engagement survey online hub for further information, including video messages explaining why it’s so important to take part and some handy FAQs.

More information

Read Patrick Craig’s blog, as the Head of Health and Wellbeing outlines why taking part in the University’s employee engagement survey is crucial in helping develop our first ever Health and Wellbeing Strategy.

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